Two Singhs at opposite ends of Najib saga

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Left: Amar Singh. Right: Harpal Singh Grewal – Photos: Photo grabs from videos

The two Singhs at the opposite ends of the on-going searches at the premises connected to former Prime Minister Mohd Najib Razak just days after the ruling coalition lost power has not escaped the attention of the people.

The social media is abuzz with situation on the ground involving Malaysian senior officer Amar Singh and lawyer Harpal Singh Grewal.

One Singh is leading the search party while another Singh is providing legal cover for Najib and his family.

Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director Commissioner Amar personally led the raids at Pavilion Residences in Kuala Lumpur in what is part of the investigations into the Malaysia’s state-owned investment fund 1MDB.

Early on Friday, he gave an impromptu press conference just before the police carted aways boxes after boxes.

Lawyer Harpal has been seen going in and out of Najib’s personal residence. He spoke to the media on a few occasions.

Coincidently, his son Ivanpal Singh Grewal had quit all his positions in Gerakan, a member of the Najib led coalition of Barisan NAsional (BN), after its disastrous performance in the General Elections 2018 held on May 9. He was the political secretary to the Minister Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Mah Siew Keong, who is also the Gerakan president.

 

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